Lisa Marie Presley: upset, her eldest daughter publishes her last photo with her mother

Upset, the eldest daughter of Lisa Mary Presley pays a last tribute to her mother on social networks. Actress Kiley Reough shares a photo of herself with the dead singer on January 12, 2023.

On January 12, Lisa Marie Presley was rushed to a hospital ward in Los Angeles after being discovered unconscious in her room by her governess. Cardiac massages and respiratory assistance will not be enough to revive the singer who arrived in the emergency room in a state of brain death. King’s daughter dies aged 54 under the same circumstances as his father some forty years earlier. She leaves behind twin girls, Harper and Finley, but also a 33-year-old woman, Riley Keoughwho recently became a mother herself.

After the funeral held at Graceland last Sunday, Lisa Marie Presley’s eldest daughter shared on her Instagram account the last shot taken with his mother. We see the two women, joined to each other, at the table of a restaurant. “I feel blessed to have a picture of the last time I saw my beautiful mom“, comments the little girl of the King who thanks the actress Georgie Flores in passing for having captured this moment of happiness before the tragedy. This surge of tenderness also transpires in the benevolent comments of her followers: “You were both gorgeous that night.”Your love is eternal“, “I love you with all my heart“…

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Family tragedy didn’t spare Riley Keough. His brother David ended his life in 2020 after an overconsumption of drugs and alcohol. A gesture motivated by the suffering of growing up “in the shadow of his grandfather“, without job or passion, according to a source close to the Presley clan in The Sun. Riley Keough, she began her career in modeling before branching off into the cinema, going from magic mike at Mad Max: Fury Road with great relaxation. This balance, which her older brother lacked so much, the actress probably owes to a childhood spent between the luxury of her mother’s side and the more modest environment of her father, the musician Danny Keough. Would she have definitely broken the “Presley curse”?